Stackable Honeycomb Sleeping Cells For Music Festivals

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

Seeing the ridiculously star-packed lineups at some of these music festivals can make any fan salivate. Know what doesn’t make anyone salivate? Sleeping in a tent on a litter-flooded lawn after the last show of the night.

That’s why these stackable honeycomb sleeping cells from Belgian designers B-AND-BEE are so promising. Each one contains a king-size bed, a warm wooden finish, and a privacy shade to pull down. The stackability means you can fit a bunch of people in a small space, making it perfect for your Bonaroos and what not. The backside of the structures also get decorated with original artwork. We saw one with a giant owl’s face on it, and we’d probably cough up $5 to see how a gaggle of stoners would react to that at 4am.

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